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    Administrator’s Weekly Report
                                          Essential Services
                                                      April 10-16, 2004
HIGHLIGHTS

-- The seven-day average (April 10-16) of peak electricity production was 3,634 MW.

-- Since May 2003, CPA has reinstated landline telephone service for 178,840 subscribers.

-- The Ministry of Oil met the Coalition Provisional Authority goal of 15 days of supply of fuel
nationwide for kerosene.

I. Provide Electricity Services that Meet National Needs
Improve generating capacity to 6,000 MW by June 1, 2004; Fully implement policy on allocation
of electrical power; Publish draft of long term strategy; Minimize sabotage and improve security

     The seven-day average (April 10-16) peak electricity production was 3,634 MW, a decrease
      of 3 percent from the previous week. Spring maintenance continues, which is affecting
      output. On April 15, peak production hit a high for the week at 3,800 MW.


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                               Source: Ministry of Electricity, Power Daily, April 16, 2004




                                                           FOUO
                                       Prepared by the Information Management Unit
                    The seven-day average (April 10-16) total production of electrical energy was 75,971 MWh
                     per day, a decrease of 5.8 percent from the previous week. The reason for the decline is
                     continued scheduled maintenance On April 10, the total hours of electrical energy peaked at
                     78,400 MWh.
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                                               Source: Ministry of Electricity, Power Daily, April 16, 2004

                    This past week, an average of 350 MW (13 generators) of generating capacity was on forced
                     (unplanned) outage, and an average of 1,923 MW (27 generators) was on scheduled outage.
                     Eight (400 Kv) and ten (132 Kv) transmission lines are currently out of service. No lines
                     were returned to service; however, existing transmission capacity is sufficient to compensate
                     for out-of service lines.

                    The following chart presents the daily electric power consumption broken down among the
                     North, Central (including Baghdad), and South regions. During the reporting period, the
                     North consumed an average of 823 MW per day or 24 percent of total power consumption.
                     Per day, the Central region consumed 2,185 MW or 65 percent of the total, and the South
                     consumed 359 MW or 11 percent of total electricity consumption during the past week.
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                                               Source: Ministry of Electricity, Power Daily, April 16, 2004


                                                                              FOUO                                                                                                    2
                                                          Prepared by the Information Management Unit
           Average Daily Electrical Power Distribution per Governorate as of 2004
  Note: Hours of Residential Service will temporarily decrease as more units are taken out of
                 service for spring maintenance and temperatures increase.

                                                                                                      AVERAGE HOURS OF
                                  Dahok                                                               ELECTRICITY AVAILABLE TO
                                  91 MW
                                  16 Hrs                                                              GOVERNORATE PER DAY
                                                                                                      OVER A 7 DAY PERIOD
                                                Arbil
                       Naynawa                 18 Hrs                                                 ≤ 8 Hrs = Red
                        322 MW
                         11 Hrs                              Sulaymaniyah
                                                Tamim              118 MW
                                                125 MW
                                                                    18 Hrs                            9 to 15 Hrs =Amber
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                                                                                                      ≥ 16 Hrs = Green
                                    Salah Ad Din
                                           198 MW
                                            10 Hrs          Dyala
                                                            84 MW
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                                     Baghdad
                                                                                                      Percent Change (7 Day)
                     Anbar            1009 MW
                     162 MW
                                                                                                      Baghdad              -4.3%
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                                                                        Wasit                         Duhok                2.1%
                                           Karbala Babil                    86 MW
                                                                                                      Naynawa              -4.3%
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                                                           Qadisiyah                     Misan        Tamim                -0.2%
                                                             56 MW                       47 MW
                                                                                                      Salah Ad Din         1.5%
                                                             13 Hrs                      17 Hrs
                                           An Najaf                            Dhi Qar                Anbar                -1.7%
                                             91 MW                              82 MW
                                             18 Hrs                             16 Hrs                Dyala                -3.4%

                                                                                            Basrah    Babil                -2.4%
                                                                                            253 MW
                                                             Muthanna                        22 Hrs   Karbala              -1.3%
                                                                 Muthanna
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                                                                  16MW                                Najaf                -2.4%

                                                                                                      Qadisiyah            2.3%

                                                                                                      Wasit                2.0%

                                                                                                      Muthanna             1.4%

                                                                                                      Dhi Qar              -4.6%
  Average Electrical Power Distribution per Governorate as of                                         Misan                -5.1%
                        15 April 2004                                                                 Basrah               3.9%



                                  Source: Ministry of Electricity


LEGEND:

GREEN       Greater than 16 hours of average daily power
AMBER       8 to 16 hours of average daily power
RED         Less than 8 hours of average daily power
WHITE       No report



                                         FOUO                                                                         3
                     Prepared by the Information Management Unit
II. Reconstruct Communications and Postal Systems
Build Iraq’s First Responder Network (FRN); Establish independent regulatory agency;
Upgrade Iraqi Telephone and Postal Company (ITPC) network for interoperability; Build
transmission component data network for Iraq, including international gateways; Restructure
ITPC and its business operations; Upgrade and modernize postal systems; Upgrade ITPC
outside plant for increased subscriber capacity and use

      Since May 2003, CPA has reinstated landline telephone service for 178,840 subscribers.
       CPA continues to make progress in restoring service to customers, especially in Baghdad.

      The following paragraphs delineate the number of landline and cell phone subscribers in Iraq,
       and compare them to pre-war estimates. The chart below shows the number of active
       landline subscribers in April 2003, the current number of active landline subscribers, the
       number of landline subscribers reinstated post-conflict (since May 2003), and the number of
       formerly active landline subscribers who remain without service (excluding the three
       Northern governorates).

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                            Source: CPA Senior Advisor to the Minister of Communications
                                     Iraqi Telephone and Postal Company [ITPC]

      The three new cell phone companies in Iraq (Asia Cell, Iraqna, and Atheer in the North,
       Central, and South respectively) continue to enroll new cell phone subscribers. Currently, in
       Mosul, Sulaymaniyah, and Kirkuk, there are 153,784 cell phone subscribers. In Baghdad,
       there are 135,000 cell phone subscribers; and in Basra, Al Kut, Amarah, Samawah, and
       Nasiriyah there are 45,083 cell phone subscribers.

      There are now 761,440 active landline telephone subscribers in Iraq, compared to 833,000
       subscribers pre-war. The total number of telephone subscribers in Iraq, including the cell
       phone subscribers, is 1,095,307, which is 31.6 percent greater than the number of active
       landline subscribers pre-war.

      The penetration rate (the number of active landline telephone subscribers as a percentage of
       the population) is 2.94 percent (using an estimated population of 25.9 million).



                                                                 FOUO                                                                                                      4
                                             Prepared by the Information Management Unit
       The following chart shows the percentage of operational telephone subscribers compared to
        the number of active subscribers in April 2003. The percentage of active subscribers in
        Baghdad increased by three percentage points from last week.
                                          Percentage of Operational Telephone Subscribers (Baseline April 03)
100%
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                              96%
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    80%

    75%
                              North                                 Baghdad                      South Central                                    South
                                                                 % Operational (compared to APR 03 subscribers)

                                      Source: CPA Senior Advisor to the Minister of Communications
                                               Iraqi Telephone and Postal Company [ITPC]

III. Provide Food Security for all Iraqis
Enhance capacity of Ministry of Agriculture; Assure supply of inputs; Strengthen research
system; Ensure adequate stocks for Public Distribution System (PDS); Monitor food security;
Hand over administration of system in the North; Initiate reform of rations basket;
Environmental initiatives

       The following chart shows the percentage of estimated requirements of stocks for the 12
        public distribution goods that Iraqis receive under the PDS until the end of May. The
        percentage of estimated requirements are categorized into opening stocks (amount on hand),
        and scheduled arrivals for goods prior to July 1 procured under existing contracts from the
        Oil for Food Program, the Ministry of Trade (MOT), and the World Food Program (WFP).
        The PDS stocks in the following chart are calculated as a percentage of two months (April-
        May) estimated demand, plus a one-month buffer stock (CPA goal by May 1). Having 100
        percent of each commodity will ensure that the food rations are available through May,
        including at least a one-month on hand buffer stock for each commodity.

                             PDS: APR - MAY Stocks as a Percentage of Requirements
                                            (plus One Month Buffer)
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                                                         Source: CPA Food Security Team

                                                                 FOUO                                                                                              5
                                             Prepared by the Information Management Unit
       Note: Oil for Food (OFF) unconfirmed contracts are those contracts for which a valid letter
        of credit exists but no shipping documentation has yet been received by the Oil for Food
        coordination center. As OFF contracts are fulfilled they are replaced by MOT and WFP
        procurement.

       CPA projects that no shortages will occur in the April and May rations given the new
        procurements of food basket commodities by both WFP and MOT, including accelerated
        delivery schedules for the commodities where stocks have been low. However, MOT faces
        problems in providing updated, accurate stock information on a weekly basis. These
        problems stem from difficult communications links between the governorates and Baghdad,
        as well as the need to upgrade inventory control procedures. CPA is addressing these
        challenges as part of its handover strategy.

       Pulses are expected to continue to decline because of the warming months ahead, making it
        more difficult to store them for extended periods. They will be replaced by tomato paste and
        canned cheese.

       The following chart shows the current PDS stocks and scheduled commodity arrivals as a
        percentage of total requirements from April until transition on July 1. The CPA goal is to
        provide sufficient ration stocks for July, plus a three-month buffer. On the graph below, 100
        percent of opening stocks in each commodity category indicates that this goal has been
        achieved. While substantial additional shipments of most food basket commodities have
        been procured, they are not shown as these shipments will arrive after July 1.


                         PDS Stocks as a Percentage of Total Requirements from
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                                                Source: CPA Food Security Team

                                                          FOUO                                                                           6
                                      Prepared by the Information Management Unit
   Analysis of the food pipeline shows that, with the exception of tea, full rations are projected
    to be delivered this month. Tea will be cut to a half ration (100 grams per person), because
    tea shipments will arrive in late April -- too late to be included in this month’s rations. May
    tea rations are expected to again be at the usual 200 grams per person amount.

   The first version of a comprehensive and integrated Allocation Plan has been developed in a
    two-day working session involving officials of the Ministry of Trade (MOT) and WFP. This
    plan identifies the food allocation needs for all eighteen governorates, according to updated
    population figures and ration requirements. It creates three principal regions (North, Central,
    South) within Iraq and identifies which of the corridors (Iraq—through Umm Qasr, Jordan,
    Syria, and Turkey) can be used to supply commodities for these regions. The flow of
    commodities is based on a strategy to build a three-month buffer stock in all governorates by
    the end of June, as well as on shipping and transportation factors. Procurement decisions
    now being taken by MOT will play a key role in ensuring that delivery schedules are met.

   The MOT is forming a two-track Logistics Unit Operations Center to manage the flow of
    commodities forecasted under the comprehensive Allocation Plan. Track one, the Rome
    Track, will focus on training MOT officials to ensure that commodities are shipped on time
    and according to specifications, arrive timely in the points of entry best suited for fulfilling
    the Allocation Plan, and meet all border requirements, as well as guarantee there is adequate
    accountability to ensure that losses and damage are maintained within an acceptable level.
    Track two, the Baghdad Track, will develop an action plan to ensure that the MOT facilities,
    support and other staff, equipment and technology are adequate, identified and operational
    within the next two months. One important element is the establishment of a simple
    communications and reporting network for all governorates, based on High Frequency radio
    transmissions and laptop computers that can transmit both voice and digital data.

   The MOT continues to work with the Ministry of Transportation to increase the wheat
    offloading capacity at Umm Qasr port. Options to increase capacity include repair of
    existing off-loading equipment, rental of additional off-loading equipment, and possible use
    of other ports to ensure recently-procured wheat enters the national food distribution system.

IV. Improve Quality and Access to Healthcare
Develop health care organizations, management, and infrastructure; Train health care
professionals; Secure system; Public health; Pharmaceuticals logistic support; Strategic
communications

   The Ministry of Health (MOH) established an Operations Center (Ops Center) to coordinate,
    direct, and respond to health issues. The Ops Center is manned 24 hours a day during
    contingencies and has multiple telephone connections for hospitals in Baghdad and
    throughout the country. The Minister plans to maintain the Ops Center room in a stand-by
    status whenever there is not an active contingency.

   The Ministry remains well poised to respond to further healthcare needs resulting from
    terrorist attacks or combat action. They have over 2,700 units of blood on hand to distribute
    where needed and have repositioned medical supplies to Najaf and Fallujah to deal with the
    increased workload at those two locations.

                                              FOUO                                                    7
                          Prepared by the Information Management Unit
                   The Ministry coordinated a 34 ambulance convoy, led by the Director General of Inspection,
                    Dr. Adel Abdullah, to travel to Fallujah to bring supplies and evacuate injured patients to
                    Baghdad hospitals for specialized care. The movement was coordinated through CPA and
                    the Coalition Joint Task Force 7 (CJTF-7) to allow easier transit of coalition checkpoints.

V. Reconstitute Oil Infrastructure
Production/Exports; Product Supply; Security; Structural Reform

                   The graph below shows the daily crude oil production in Iraq over the past nine months. The
                    dashed black line is the current production target goal of 2.5 million barrels per day (MBPD).



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                                                     North     South     Total    Production Target

                                            Source: CPA Senior Advisor to the Ministry of Oil



                   For the week of April 10-16, the estimated average total crude oil production was 2.52
                    MBPD (0.56 MBPD in the south and 1.96 MBPD in the north). The average crude oil export
                    for the past 30 days was 1.689 MBPD. The average price received for crude oil exports was
                    approximately $26 per barrel.




                                                                 FOUO                                           8
                                             Prepared by the Information Management Unit
    The following table shows the four main fuels in Iraq (diesel, kerosene, liquefied petroleum
     gas [LPG], and gasoline), the estimated total national daily demand for each, and the
     percentage of fuel supply that is on hand (weekly average) out of total demand. Diesel
     supplies are high because the Defense Energy Support Center, which took over fuel imports
     from Kellogg, Brown and Root on April 1, is increasing its expected imports, mostly from
     Turkey, in order to build stocks to avert the risk of a diesel shortage. Their imports are
     averaging 7.598 million liters (ML) per day – with a goal of 6.8 ML per day, even though
     Kuwaiti imports were shut down for four days due to convoy insecurity problems.

FUELS            ESTIMATED DAILY                 AVERAGE DAILY             % OF ESTIMATED DEMAND
                 DEMAND                          ON HAND (O/H)             ON HAND
                                                 SUPPLY
Diesel   18.5 million liters (ML)                23.23 ML                  126 %
Kerosene 6 million liters (ML)                   4.072 ML                  68 %
LPG      4,500 metric tons                       3,426 metric tons         80%

Gasoline         19 million liters (ML)   17.523 ML               92%
                             Source: CPA Senior Advisor to the Ministry of Oil

    The graph below shows the total daily supply (domestic production plus imports) for each of
     the four refined fuel products as a percentage of estimated domestic demand over the past six
     months.

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                         Kerosene                 Gasoline                 LPG                 Diesel



                                  Source: CPA Senior Advisor to the Ministry of Oil

    Temperature has been rather mild recently, so demand for kerosene is higher than projected.
     In addition, production of refined products has shifted towards benzene and diesel in order to
     build stocks rapidly. However, as the weather gets hotter, CPA Oil will continue to monitor
     demand and adjust as required. Furthermore, as fewer people travel due to the increased
     level of instability, fuel (benzene and diesel) demand has decreased, resulting in rising stock
     levels.

                                                        FOUO                                                  9
                                    Prepared by the Information Management Unit
   The chart below shows the days of supply on hand on April 16 for each of the four main fuel
    products in Iraq. The CPA goal remains to have 15 days of supply (DOS) for each fuel on
    hand nationwide. CPA met this target for kerosene.

                       Days of Supply (DOS) of Fuel In Storage


              50
              45
              40
              35
              30
       Days




              25
              20
              15
              10
               5
               0
                    Diesel           Kerosene           Benzene             LPG
                                                Fuels


                        Source: CPA Senior Advisor to the Ministry of Oil

VI. Improve Quality and Access to Higher Education
Oversee the basic administrative functions of higher education systems; Reform and reconstruct
higher education institutions; Reintegrate the higher education institutions in the North with the
rest of the country; Reintegrate Iraqi students, scholars, and scientists into the broader
intellectual community; Launch a review and reform of the curriculum in all disciplines; Provide
access to essential information

   US universities are increasing their assistance to Iraqi institutions of higher learning. Baylor
    has entered into a partnership with Dohuk University. Stony Brook University is working
    with Baghdad and Mosul Universities in Archeology and with Baghdad, Mosul, Basra, and
    Mustansiriyah Universities in Environmental Health. The University of Hawaii has a team at
    both Dohuk and Mosul working with their Colleges of Agriculture. The Mississippi
    Consortium for International Development, which includes Mississippi Valley State and
    Jackson State, are also at Mosul and Dohuk. Universities from both Europe and the US are
    working under the leadership of DePaul University with the Law Colleges at Basra, Baghdad
    and Sulaimani Universities. In addition, the University of Oklahoma is heading a team of
    universities in partnership with Salahaddin University in Erbil, Al Anbar, Babil and Basra
    Universities, and the University of Technology in Baghdad.

   The Lounsbery Foundation, which funds education in science and technology, has awarded a
    grant for a project entitled “2004 Summer Faculty Development Seminars in Iraq.” Courses
    in agro-business, forensic archeology, molecular biology, communication engineering,
    computer engineering, computer science, international economics, electric power
    engineering, environmental science, medicine, clinical teaching of nursing science,
    technologies and economics of downstream industries as related to oil and gas, physics,
    chemistry, and campaign politics will be taught in English by American professors.


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VII. Restore Economically – Strategic Transportation Infrastructure
Enable Iraqi civil aviation to prepare for international commercial aviation and cargo service;
Enable Iraqi Port Authority (IPA) to administer a port of call with intermodal capabilities and
inland container distribution; Enable Iraqi Railroad Railways (IRR) to provide domestic and
international passenger and freight capabilities; Reform Civil Service at Ministry of
Transportation (MOT)

   The following graphs denote the average number of departures from Baghdad International
    Airport (BIAP), Mosul and Basrah for both civilian and military aircraft. During the week of
    April 5-11, Mosul averaged 61 military and 2 civilian aircraft departures per day; BIAP
    averaged 64 military and 15 civilian departures; Basrah, 40 military and 3 civilian flights.
    Note: data collection is relatively new, thus previous weeks are listed.


                                                CIVILIAN DEPARTURES

                               16
            AVERAGE NUMBER




                               14
                               12
                PER DAY




                               10
                                8
                                6
                                4
                                2
                                0
                                          3/22-28              3/29-4/4             4/5-4/11
                                                           WEEK ENDING

                                                       MOSUL    BIAP       BASRAH

                                             Source: Ministry of Transportation


                                                    MILTARY DEPARTURES

                               120
              AVERAGE NUMBER




                               100
                  PER DAY




                                80
                                60
                                40
                                20
                                    0
                                            3/22-28             3/29-4/4              4/5-11
                                                        WEEK ENDING

                                                      MOSUL    BIAP    BASRAH



                                             Source: Ministry of Transportation

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   The following graph indicates shipboard passenger traffic, largely from Dubai, at Umm Qasr
    Port.


                                                      SHIPBOARD PASSENGERS

              P      4000
              A      3500
              S      3000
              S      2500
              E                                                                                            Passengers Off
                     2000
              N                                                                                            Passengers On
              G      1500                        1052
              E      1000
                                               1175


                                                         1675


                                                                     2097


                                                                                1435


                                                                                             3588
                                                                                                252
                                    985




              R       500                 0                     0           0          0
              S               0
                                           Source: Ministry of Transportation
                                    Oct-03 Nov-03 Dec-03 Jan-04 Feb-04 Mar-04


VIII. Improve Water Resources Management
Prepare for sovereignty; Build ministry capacity; Infrastructure improvements; Facilities
improvements

   The following chart reflects hydroelectric power production for 2003-2004, displaying actual
    2003, as well as actual year-to-date 2004 figures.

                                                           Hydropower Production


                            2,000


                            1,800


                            1,600


                            1,400


                            1,200
                MegaWatts




                            1,000


                             800


                             600


                             400


                             200


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                                24 n




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                                                                     Weeks
                                                                    2003-2004
                                          Total Planned (2003 Generation)              Total Actual Production

                                              Source: Ministry of Water Resources


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